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Cyclonaire Becomes Wonderware Systems Integrator

May 22, 2002
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Cyclonaire Corp. recently announced its affiliation with Wonderware, a leading developer of industrial automation software. Cyclonaire has been enrolled in the Wonderware Systems Integrator Program, which qualifies the company for recommendation and sponsorship with Wonderware distributors. The program recognizes Cyclonaire control personnel as highly qualified, well-trained users of the software and allows for certification testing. Wonderware offers Windows(TM)-based human machine interface (HMI) products to allow users to handle automation tasks such as collecting, viewing, storing, controling, analyzing and managing information from the plant floor. Cyclonaire is a custom design/build pneumatic conveying systems supplier. The company offers vacuum, pressure and vacuum/pressure based technology, as well as conveyors and allied components.

For more information, call (402) 362-2000, fax (402) 362-2001 or visit http://www.cyclonaire.com.

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